Sustainable Energy Investments and National Security: Arbitration and Negotiation Issues
Journal of World Energy Law and Business, Oxford University Press, Volume 8, Issue 6, December 2015, (Advance Access Publication on November 2015)
8 Pages Posted: 27 Nov 2015 Last revised: 2 Jul 2016
Date Written: November 18, 2015
Energy-related investments have been on a track of constant development since the global expansion of energy utilization and the rapid increase of energy demand both regarding industrial use and consumer consumption. Fundamental trends in the European Union and the world at large provide an increasingly important policy agenda for financing sustainable energy in terms of energy efficiency, innovation in energy exploitation and development of renewable resources. Policies shaping this development are becoming more and more considerate of environmental aspects and maintaining sustainability. Furthermore, international organizations are fully aware of the necessity to keep broadening the scope of countries acquiring these new policy trends.
Keywords: Sustainable Energy, Sustainable Development, Climate Change, Energy Investments, European Union, innovation, globalization, environment, efficiency, renewable energy
JEL Classification: Q40, Q42, Q43, Q48, K30, K32, K33, O13, Q20, Q32
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